After our Covid-enforced break, our Caring for Country program on-ground sessions relaunch today, led by Parklands Ranger Danny Jones.
This first session we will take advantage of the fantastic spring season to check out the wildflowers on a walk and talk in the Castle Creek Conservation Reserve.
In the springtime this is one of our most spectacular wildflower areas. Learn about the restoration work that has been done over the years to restore and improve this important habitat for threatened species.
This is an easy bush walk on earthen tracks in undulating – but not particularly steep – country. We will walk approx. 1500m in total.
Directions to Meeting place: Follow Castle Creek Rd just beyond the suburban estates until you see a large Hayshed on your right and a row of mature farm trees on your left.
What to bring: BYO drinking water. For your safety, please wear covered shoes (preferably boots), long pants, long sleeves and a hat.
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This program is supported by the Victorian Government through the Volunteering Innovation Fund.